City of Charlotte, NC
Project consists of structural design, cost estimating, electrical design, plumbing design, permitting, construction drawings, bidding and construction management for a 107 foot long by 45 foot deep by 20 foot tall salt storage and brine mixing shed. The brine mixing area is open with a concrete containment slab and waterproof containment walls. The rock salt storage bins are enclosed on three sides and open on the front. Floor slab is plain concrete with waterstopped contraction joints. Walls are twelve inch thick reinforced masonry. The front of the shed roof is supported by a continuous, treated, glue laminated spandrel beam. The roof system is composed of timber trusses with plywood sheathing and asphalt shingles. Construction is 100% complete. Construction cost was $491,000. William H. Armstrong served as engineer of record. William M. Armstrong assisted with structural design and site work. Contract duration was February 2010 until November 2011. Armstrong Glen coordinated closely with Ken Martin of CDOT Maintenance to get the salt storage shed constructed prior to the winter of 2011.